In order to recover damages in an individual action for a public nuisance, one must have suffered harm of a kind different from that suffered by other members of the public exercising the right common to the general public that was the subject of interference.
In order to maintain a proceeding to enjoin to abate a public nuisance, one must
have the right to recover damages, as indicated in Subsection (1), or
have authority as a public official or public agency to represent the state or a political subdivision in the matter, or
have standing to sue as a representative of the general public, as a citizen in a citizen's action or as a member of a class in a class action.